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CHILE & ARGENTINA (Lake District & Patagonia)

Argentine Tierra del Fuego – To Rio Grande with Sam & Paul and then on to Ushuaia
Chilean Tierra del Fuego
Puerto Natales to Punta Arenas via Rio Verde and the shores of Seno Otway
El Calafate to Puerto Natales via Torres del Paine National Park
Galciar Perito Moreno
El Chalten to El Calafate
Monte Fitz Roy
Coyhaique to El Chalten via the Carretera Austral and ferry from Villa O’Higgins
La Junta to Coyhaique via Valle de la Luna
Futaleufu to La Junta via Argentina and Paso Las Pampas
Hitching up to Puerto Montt – a side trip for a new rim
El Bolson (Argentina) to Futaleufu (Chile) via Parque Nacional Los Alerces
Lake District – Melipeuco (Chile) to El Bolson (Argentina) via Paso Carirrine


‘Monkey Puzzle Trail’ from Ralco to Melipeuco
Santiago to Ralco via Chillan
Copiapo to Santiago via La Serena & Ovalle

CHILE & ARGENTINA (Puna de Atacama)

Paso San Francisco – Climbing over to Copiapo (Chile) from Fiambala (Argentina) via the Chilean Puna de Atacama
Puna de Atacama – Adventures in the Argentine Puna de Atacama, Tolar Grande to Fiambala
Paso Socompa – A remote ride into Argentina and the Puna de Atacama


Uyuni to San Pedro de Atacama (Chile) via the ‘Lagunas’
Sabaya to Uyuni via the Salars de Coipasa and Uyuni
La Paz to Sabaya via Sajama and four days in Chile including the Salar de Surire


Yanque to La Paz via Lago Titicaca
Ayo to Yanque via Orcopampa & Caylloma
Cotahuasi to Ayo – Riding from inside the deepest canyon in the world over into the second deepest
Antabamba to Cotahuasi – High altitude route over into the deepest canyon in the world
Vilcas Huaman to Antabamba
Ayacucho to Vilcas Huaman via Lircay (part with Cherry)
Huasahuasi to Ayacucho via Tapo, Jauja, Llacuari Pampa, Huancayo, Pampas, Churcampa & Huanta
Oyon to Huasahuasi via Cerro de Pasco & Lago Junin
Huaraz to Oyon (with Jukka and Cherry)
Hiking the Cordillera Huayhuash
Laguna Llaca, Cordillera Blanca
Cajamarca to Huaraz via Cachachi, Cajabamba, Huamchuco, Pampas, Conchucos, Sihuas & Cañón del Pato
False start from Cajamarca – San Juan, Asuncion & Vista Alegre
Namballe to Cajamarca via Balsas


Cuenca to Namballe
Riobamba to Cuenca via Laguna Atillo & Ingapirca
Quilotoa Loop
Cotopaxi National Park via El Tambo & El Morro
Quito to Tumbaco via the Equator & Ciclovia El Chaquiñan


Neiva to Ipiales via San Augustin, Mocoa & Pasto
Bogota to Neiva via Tatacoa Desert
Villa de Leyva to Bogota
Pamplona to Villa de Leyva
Mompos to Pamplona
Cartagena to Mompos


Costa Rica
Nicaragua – A return to the road
Honduras & El Salvador (with Sarah & James)
Xela to Copan (with Sarah & James)
Out Hiking From Xela
Christmas in Xela, Guatemala
Back Across Guatemala – Rio Dulce to Xela (Quetzaltenango)
Returning to Guatemala – Palenque to Rio Dulce via Tikal
Campeche to Palenque – Concluding Mexico (Campeche, Tabasco, Chiapas)
Yucatan Peninsula – A Return For Ruins (Quintana Roo, Yucatan, Campeche)
Yucatan Peninsula (Quintana Roo, Yucatan)
Across Guatemala


Oaxaca to San Cristobal de las Casas (Oaxaca & Chiapas)
Tierra del Sol – Farm life in Oaxaca
Puebla & Oaxaca
Mexico City
Sierra Gorda – Zacatecas to Mexico City (Zacatecas, San Luis Potosi, Queretaro, Hidalgo, Mexico, Distrito Federal)
Hidalgo del Parral to Zacatecas (Chihuahua, Durango, Zacatecas)
Copper CanyonBaja to Hidalgo del Parral (Golfo de California, Sinaloa, Chihuahua)
Baja California (Baja California, Baja California Sur)


Flagstaff to Yuma
Grand Canyon
Arizona – Hoover Dam
Death Valley & Las Vegas
Oakhurst & Onwards
Journey into Yosemite National Park
San Francisco
Northern California


Lake Louise to Vancouver (Sea-to-Sky Highway)
Smithers to Banff (The Icefields Parkway)
Whitehorse to Smithers (The Cassiar Highway)
Fairbanks to Whitehorse


Prudhoe Bay to Fairbanks: The Dalton Highway
Time in Fairbanks
The Denali National Park
Anchorage to Denali National Park
Shermys Journey

One response to “Gallery

  1. Great blog and website. I can relate to your “spiritual” experience in GC. I have hiked there 6 times, with a good friend, and it has always been a purging, and transcendental experience. You just can almost hear the rocks telling you their stories, and you know the story is an old one.

    I saw someone post on the Grand Canyon hiker group about meeting you on the trail. So I looked it up.
    My best to you and I hope your experiences enlighten not only your life but others along the way. But I think that has taken place already.

    Allen Davis Enfield, NC USA

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